Robert Mensah Says Goodbye to Liscr After Winning Double Titles

[Observer] The 20-year old, who joined LISCR from Wassaman United of Ghana, had a difficult start during last season’s campaign after twice sustaining injuries. His return from injury was a boost to the team after he scored two goals to help them reach…

[Observer] The 20-year old, who joined LISCR from Wassaman United of Ghana, had a difficult start during last season's campaign after twice sustaining injuries. His return from injury was a boost to the team after he scored two goals to help them reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, before scoring the crucial winning goal in the semi-finals against FC Fassell. LISCR later won the FA Cup on August 13 after a thrilling 3-0 win against ELWA United.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Mentoring Platform Aims to Help African Start-Ups Beat Skills Gap

[Innovation in Africa] Many African start-up founders are just out of higher education and often lack the knowledge and understanding required to make a success of their business. Mentorat Club co-founder Hadjara Idriss launched its online mentor netwo…

[Innovation in Africa] Many African start-up founders are just out of higher education and often lack the knowledge and understanding required to make a success of their business. Mentorat Club co-founder Hadjara Idriss launched its online mentor network to bridge this gap.

source: AllAfrica News: Benin

Daily Observer Gbarpolu Correspondent Missing

[Observer] The Daily Observer’s Gbarpolu County correspondent, S. Micah Yeahwon, has reportedly gone missing since October 13, three days he voted in the October 10 presidential and representative elections.

[Observer] The Daily Observer's Gbarpolu County correspondent, S. Micah Yeahwon, has reportedly gone missing since October 13, three days he voted in the October 10 presidential and representative elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Rural Women Want Speedy Resolution of Electoral Crisis

[Observer] President of the National Rural Women of Liberia, Ma Kebeh Monger (Middle), Gbarpolu County RWL president Ma Bendu Jar and Margibi County RWL president at a news conference

[Observer] President of the National Rural Women of Liberia, Ma Kebeh Monger (Middle), Gbarpolu County RWL president Ma Bendu Jar and Margibi County RWL president at a news conference

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia